This is a guest blog post by Kelly A, who shares her experience of receiving a bipolar diagnosis and her subsequent path to healing using nutrients and holistic modalities.
Research has shown that just ONE course of antibiotics raises the risk of depression. I had a recent experience that reminded me of just how true this is.
A recent study found magnesium to be a safe, effective treatment for anxiety and depression. Get a free e-book entitled “Magnesium Deficient Anxiety: How to Live Anxiety-Free with Magnesium.”
I was recently interviewed for the “Let’s Talk Withdrawal” podcast, hosted by the delightful James Moore. On this episode, I discuss my experience in the mental health system, and why I chose an alternative approach to mental health. In addition, I talk about several natural things you can do to heal if you are attempting to withdrawal from pharmaceutical medications.
An interview with mental health advocate Chaya Grossberg: “My advice for those wanting to taper off of psychiatric medications would be to go slowly, get support, take good care of your body, find others who have gone through a similar experience, and do as much research as you can.”
Psychiatric drugs are notorious for their withdrawal symptoms and are a bit complicated to come off. But there are successful ways to do this, and this article will provide information so that you can equip yourself to do so if the need arises.